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Because the majority of the region's trees are in residential neighborhoods, responsibility for maintaining canopy coverage is shifting to homeowners.
A new statewide plan would use federal dollars to build chargers every 50 miles, upgrading rural utilities and combating 'range anxiety.'
Universal free school meals, child tax credits and food assistance aid are sunsetting as relief funding dries up.
A handful of programs across the state are piloting efforts to give families a regular check to help them make ends meet.
As Puget Sound becomes denser, some community groups have unusual authority to veto land-use decisions within their neighborhoods, but won't for long.
Politics were not a factor in refusing federal money, officials from the cities say.
As vehicles change and with more available money, lawmakers look for other ways to fund transportation improvements.
The federal government sent $2 billion to help keep regional transit alive. But the debate over how to spend that money is contentious.
Here's what an analysis of citation data across three cities shows.
Through interpreters and tactile sign language, they explain how changes to buses and the light rail affect daily life.